Find outdoor adventure right at your doorstep when you stay at Hyatt Regency Grand Reserve Puerto Rico, close to the waterfalls of El Yunque rainforest. Soar over the treetops on a zipline, or see American history firsthand by touring the 18th century fortress Castillo San Cristóbal in nearby San Juan.
Experience our two world-class Tom Kite-designed 18-hole championship golf courses. Enjoy dazzling ocean views and pristine greens that are perfect for golfers of any skill level.
Rejuvenate your body and mind inside our 11,000-square-foot spa, where massage therapists and aestheticians work in nine treatment rooms. The Rainforest Spa has a private pool, fitness center, and private locker rooms with a steam room, sauna, and hot tub to soak before and after treatments.
You will find kayak rentals with offerings that range from easy, scenic paddles to unforgettable experiences. By kayaking, you can enjoy the serenity of our waters and explore the coast of our peninsula.
Experience the diverse ecosystems that we have from a paddle board. Our natural reserve has much to offer you., Choose your next adventure to explore on a paddle boarding.
Have a fun-filled day trip snorkeling, beachcombing and sunbathing in our paradise. Spend your morning exploring the fascinating undersea creatures that populate the coral reef.
Tennis and Pickleball Courts
Hyatt Regency Grand Reserve serves a set of stunning tennis courts in the East part of the island, featuring two tennis courts and two pickleball courts meticulously maintained. Pick up a game and enjoy!
Local Food + Drink
Craving seafood? Enjoy views of Loquillo Beach as you savor the lobster or the octopus salad at this local favorite, which also serves a wealth of vegetarian dishes.
Oceanos Bar and Restaurant is the trendiest spot in Condado for queer Millenials. This beautiful place is right on the seashore and is excellent for drinks, appetizers, and brunch. Also, there is a full view of the gay beach below.
This Neoclassical lighthouse, built in 1882, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and often remembered for its role in the Battle of Fajardo in the Spanish-American War. It’s open to the public Friday through Sunday.
The Castillo San Felipe del Morro is part of the San Juan National Historic Site. El Morro, a UNESCO is the most recognized landmark in the island and a must-see if you are short on time during your visit and trying to choose must-see attractions.
With 130,000 sq. ft. of facilities, the Puerto Rico Museum of Art (MAPR acronym in Spanish) promotes the appreciation of visual arts from the 17th century to the present. The MAPR has an art products store, tropical gardens, and a top restaurant.
The "Parque de Bombas" is located at the Plaza Las Delicias town square at Ponce. This historic building housed the city's central fire station for several years, and now it is a museum. This gorgeous landmark was the first-ever fire station, and it was listed in the National Register of Historic Places on July 12, 1984.
Hacienda Muñoz has a small coffee plantation located in rural San Lorenzo, and you can take a tour where you'll learn about Puerto Rico's coffee modern methods for growth, processing, and roasting. After the tour you can enjoy a traditional lunch at the hacienda’s restaurant.
You won’t find a larger pool on the island than our sprawling lagoon-style pool, featuring a swim-up bar serving cool drinks and creative cocktails. Youngsters can play in the resort’s kids’ pool, while those looking for a more relaxing swim can head to the Regency Club quiet pool.
El Yunque National Forest
Hike to natural waterfalls within this 29,000-acre tropical rainforest, which is home to over 400 plant species and diverse animal life. Visible from our hotel, it’s a popular picnic and day trip destination for families.
Walk past mangroves, over rocky shores, and near bioluminescent lagoons at this nature preserve, which is the site of the Cape San Juan Light. Call ahead for tours in English, or book a kayak tour over the waters of the bioluminescent bay.
Located in the vicinity of El Yunque Rainforest is the Carabalí Adventure Park, a place where the family can enjoy different activities. At this ranch, you can choose a horseback or bike rides with a breathtaking view, compete in an extreme go-kart race, and more.
This beautiful bay is located in Fajardo and it’s one of the three bio-bays in Puerto Rico. The glowing effect in the water is caused by dinoflagellates / microscopic organisms that react to the movement in the water by activating their glowing defense mechanism. To visit the Laguna Grande, you can coordinate a boat or kayak tour at our Concierge desk.
Cayo Icacos is a tropical paradise located in Fajardo, Puerto Rico, and has coral reefs full of marine life. In the cay, you can enjoy snorkeling, diving or having a beautiful day at the beach with family or friends. To visit Cayo Icacos, you can coordinate a tour with our Concierge.
Flamenco Beach is a captivating beach that has been cataloged as one of the top beaches in the world. With white sand and turquoise waters, Flamenco is ideal for unwinding, swimming, or for walking among its beautiful shore. It is possible to reach the beautiful island of Culebra by ferry.
For shopping and factory stores, go to Outlet 66 in Canóvanas. Only a 17 minute drive from our resort, you will get excellent deals in more than 73 stores. There are many activities for children, including play facilities at the multiplex theatre.
Plaza Las Américas is the largest shopping center in the Caribbean with more than 300 different stores, food court, movie theater, and more. If you are looking for an indoor stroll, a luxury item, or watch movies, this is your place to shop.